USGBC-LA’s Annual Mini-Golf Tournament
Support this year’s Legacy Project – The Survivor’s Healing Garden which will serve as a place of reflection and gathering for survivors of violent crime in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Join us at the La Kretz Innovation Campus for an event you will never FORE-get! Come for the competition, the special guest DJ (a total hit from last year), food, and the cold drinks, but stay for the networking and rejoining of our community at this fun in-person event! Let’s “putt” the fun back into fundraising as this annual event directly benefits the USGBC-LA Legacy Project.
Our Legacy Project this year is The Reverence Project’s Survivor’s Healing Garden which will serve as a place of reflection and gathering for survivors of violent crime in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. Featuring native California vegetation, meditative trails, pergolas, and art installations, this green space will facilitate healing and restorative justice solutions among community members.
The Reverence Project’s Survivor’s Healing Garden Volunteer Day 6/21/22
This event is sponsored by:
Our Legacy Project for 2021 was the Boyle Heights Resiliency Hub, part of the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory, a well-loved and respected local cultural institution. With plans featuring solar energy, water storage, battery backup power, and urban agriculture, the Hub aims to provide emergency training, communication services, and resources at a conveniently accessible community location. This event was in collaboration with the Net Zero Conference 2021.
2021 USGBC-LA Mini Golf + House Party